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Kenya’s Julius Mwale set to build futuristic city in Congo-Brazzaville

Kenya's Julius Mwale set to build futuristic city in Congo-Brazzaville Kenya's Julius Mwale set to build futuristic city in Congo-Brazzaville
Kenya's Julius Mwale set to build futuristic city in Congo-Brazzaville.

Kenyan billionaire Julius Mwale, who entered a race to buy Forbes Magazine is set to embark on an ambitious project to build a futuristic multi-billion city in Congo-Brazzaville.

This groundbreaking endeavour, known as the Mwale Medical and Technology City, aims to revolutionise healthcare and boost medical tourism in the country.

Mwale, who gained prominence with the establishment of the MMTC in Kakamega County, is now taking his vision to the next level. He recently accompanied the President of Kenya, William Ruto, during his visit to the central African nation, where he secured a deal to construct this innovative medical city.

The primary objective of the MMTC is to enhance access to affordable healthcare for the people of Congo-Brazzaville. By incorporating state-of-the-art medical facilities and cutting-edge technology, Mwale aims to provide top-notch healthcare services to both locals and international visitors. With medical tourism on the rise, this futuristic city is poised to become a leading destination for individuals seeking high-quality medical treatment.

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The MMTC’s strategic plan goes beyond the borders of Congo-Brazzaville. Mwale has ambitious plans to expand this concept to 12 other countries by the year 2050. This visionary approach will not only benefit the citizens of Congo-Brazzaville but also have a far-reaching impact on healthcare systems across the African continent.

During their visit to Congo-Brazzaville, the MMTC team engaged in discussions to solidify partnerships for the construction of the new Medical City in Brazzaville. This collaboration will involve various stakeholders, including government agencies, private investors, and healthcare professionals, to bring this monumental project to fruition.

Kenya's Julius Mwale set to build futuristic city in Congo-Brazzaville
Kenya’s Julius Mwale set to build futuristic city in Congo-Brazzaville.

The close relationship between Julius Mwale and President William Ruto has been instrumental in advancing this venture. Mwale has been an integral part of Ruto’s team during presidential campaigns and has accompanied him on other foreign trips. This association has facilitated the establishment of crucial connections and the acquisition of support for the MMTC project.

The potential impact of the MMTC cannot be overstated. By incorporating advanced medical technologies, the city will offer a wide range of healthcare services, including specialised treatments and therapies that were previously unavailable in the region. This will not only improve the quality of life for individuals in Congo-Brazzaville but also attract medical tourists from around the world.

The Botswana Deal: A Major Milestone in African Development

In a historic partnership, billionaire entrepreneur Julius Mwale has inked a deal with President Mokgweetsi of Botswana to expand Hamptons Hospital to the southern African country. This groundbreaking agreement comes just two months after Mwale’s successful partnership with President Eric Masisi to bring his innovative Mwale Medical Technology City (MMTC) model to Botswana.

The genesis of this deal occurred when Julius Mwale visited Botswana to attend the prestigious Forbes Under 30 Summit between April 23 and April 26, 2023. Mwale was not only an attendee but also one of the event’s keynote speakers, attracting attention as a successful global African leader who had transformed a village into a sustainable metropolis.

Kenya's Julius Mwale set to build futuristic city in Congo-Brazzaville
Kenya’s Julius Mwale set to build futuristic city in Congo-Brazzaville.

During his visit, Mwale caught the attention of President Mokgweetsi, who saw the potential benefits of collaborating with the billionaire entrepreneur. As a result, Mwale was welcomed to Botswana by President Masisi himself, a testament to the mutual respect and admiration between the two visionaries.

The primary objective of this partnership is to expand Hamptons Hospital in Botswana using Mwale’s groundbreaking MMTC model. Mwale’s city in Kakamega, Kenya, had already become a shining example of innovative healthcare infrastructure and technology, attracting visitors from around the world. Now, the same concept will be implemented in Botswana, elevating the country’s healthcare system to new heights.

The agreement was cemented after Botswana’s Vice President, Slumber Tsogwane, visited Mwale’s city in Kakamega at the beginning of June 2023. Witnessing firsthand the transformative power of MMTC, Tsogwane returned to Botswana with a newfound enthusiasm for the project.

The impact of this partnership is expected to be far-reaching. By implementing the MMTC model, Botswana will witness a significant advancement in its healthcare infrastructure, ensuring access to quality medical services for its citizens. The expansion of Hamptons Hospital will bring state-of-the-art technology, specialised healthcare professionals, and a comprehensive range of medical services to the country.

Furthermore, this partnership holds great promise for economic growth in Botswana. The influx of investment and expertise from Mwale’s team will create job opportunities, attract international talent, and stimulate local businesses. It is anticipated that the collaboration will pave the way for further developments in various sectors, driving the country’s overall progress and prosperity.

In a region filled with immense potential, the Botswana deal stands as a beacon of hope for African development. It exemplifies the power of visionary leadership, public-private partnerships, and a commitment to innovative solutions. Through this partnership, Botswana will not only enhance its healthcare system but also serve as an inspiring model for other African nations to follow.


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